Welcome to the Maine Medical Center Research Institute ~ 2017-11-14T12:17:54+00:00

Center for Molecular Medicine

making new discoveries about the molecular basis of human disease

Center for Clinical & Translational Research

discoveries from bench to bedside

Center for Outcomes Research & Evaluation (CORE)

improving patient-centered outcomes

Research: Enhancing the Quality of Patient Care

Successful medical research is a complex process requiring close collaboration of basic scientists, physicians, epidemiologists and data analysts, state-of-the-art instruments, resources to protect the interest of patients who volunteer to participate in clinical trials, and a strong commitment on the part of the Institution.

All of these elements are represented in the Maine Medical Center Research Institute. We have world-class researchers working on the most advanced biomedical problems. We have been successful in bringing the benefits of new discoveries to our patients and to the world, and we have an ongoing commitment to continue to be one of the very best biomedical research communities.

Giving for Impact

Your donation to research at Maine Medical Center Research Institute (MMCRI) is an investment in healthcare innovations and new treatments that offer hope.

MMCRI strives to provide a growing, visionary, and nurturing environment for scientists with core strengths in molecular biology and genetics, outcomes and health services research, and clinical research.

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Our curiosity and determination are opening new doors in the treatment and detection of diseases.

Recent Events

MMCRI Connects with Community at Annual Open House

MMCRI & Maine INBRE Workshop

Seminar Series – Dr. Tamara King 

Seminar Series – Dr. Ondine Cleaver 

Upcoming Events

• Thursday, November 30, 2017 @ 11:00am – Scarborough

Daniel Weiss, MD, PhD, Professor of Pulmonary Medicine, College of Medicine, University of Vermont, Burlington, VT

Topic:  Advances in Lung Regenerative Medicine

• Wednesday December 13, 2017 @ 11:00am – Scarborough

Laura McCabe, PhD, Faculty, Department of Physiology, Michigan State University

Topic:  The Gut: A Target for Osteoporosis Treatment